6 Expert Cleaning Tips to Reduce the Risk of Infection

6 Expert Cleaning Tips to Reduce the Risk of Infection

If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by the standards associated with cleaning an aged care facility, or providing home based care cleaning services in the community, especially since the spread of COVID-19, you are not alone. As the Approved Provider of an Aged Care...
Outbreaks – Coming to a Place Near You?

Outbreaks – Coming to a Place Near You?

Citizens in Melbourne are now experiencing a scary ‘spike’ in COVID-19 cases, with community-based transmission in play and Government agencies treating this as a major outbreak. Premier Daniel Andrews stated it is ‘a civic duty’ to be tested as Health Workers...
“You did what?!” – The Right to Choose Risk

“You did what?!” – The Right to Choose Risk

Do you ever wonder what Donna and I discuss apart from projects we’re working on? Here’s an example: Carrie: Mum called me yesterday, she’d had to go out to the Telstra shop to sort out her new internet account. Fair enough, she felt it was easier and faster...
Finding Your Inner Wall-E

Finding Your Inner Wall-E

In the consultancy work we do, one of the biggest challenges that organisations often seek some guidance around is the development, or review, of their policies and procedures and other related documents. Managers want to make sure that they have a structure in place...
Undervalued, Underpaid, & Insufficiently Trained

Undervalued, Underpaid, & Insufficiently Trained

The findings of the Royal Commission will not be a surprise to many working in the sector. The title of the Interim Report is ‘Neglect’, which at first glance looks to be aimed at those providing direct care and support. However, the Foreword provides a clear insight...